Society story on Don J. Wilson Family Fun in 1952
* Golf Is Pun The long fairways and- rolling greens of the Logan Golf and Country Country Club find Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Jacobsen a familiar iwosome on the course aimost any day of the week, and it's a Jacobsen foursome when Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Jacobsen, Joe's brother and his wife, join them for 18 holes. When young Douglas Jacobsen, only one year, is old enough to join Mother and Dad on the links, he'll also bc'along when they take one of their frequent rides along Cache bridle trails or test a new lure in the cool, clear streams of the canyon. Whether it's Hyrum Dam, Lake Mead or Yellowstone Lake, the Don J. Wilsons will 'be there some time during the year giving their launch the water test with 12-year-old Ted Wilson skimming the break on a surfboard behind the speeding boat. The Wilsons have discovered the Mr. and Mrs. combinations successful successful in all their mutual endeavors, including partners in business, raising their own Labrador hunting dogs and 'bagging their »"iimit" every hunting season. This fall will mark a Wilson "first" when the couple embarks on their initial antelope hunt.